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Fall Of The Last City

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Feb 23, 2007 | 12:34 PM EST
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3.2 MB
3 min 27 sec
Score
4.11 / 5.00

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Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Although the defenses are valiant, they don't stand a chance against the demonic army...

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moojuice1moojuice1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

my secret

indeed i noticed the loops lol very cool n my secret is not using caps lol jk but yeah gd song it rare but it represents ur title perfectly i mean it im going to use this in my halo 3 movie u seem to have wut i need read ur inbox allright 10/10 5/5 n it find it easy to give to ya too man gd job keep it up.


mechanoid-9 responds:

I've answered the pm, thx for the review.


monkey44monkey44

Rated 5 / 5 stars

SO GOOD SO TRUE

ITS JUST SO GOOD IF I TRIED COMPETING AGAINST THIS ILL LOSE FOR SURE THIS IS SOOOOOOO GOOD! WHATS UR SECRET?


mechanoid-9 responds:

The secret of this particular song is that it's mostly made of loops, which rock initially, so it's not completely my skill that makes this song so good. Tha tanx.


ShmossyShmossy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

Such an incredible song.
The soldiers fought so bravely, although one after another they fall, but they persevere,
gripping their swords tight, as yet another wave of demons speed towards them.
They know that they will die, but that doesn't matter. They manage to hold out against another wave, but now they are wounded and bleeding. The city crumbles as the demons tear it to pieces. The dying soldiers close their eyes. The sounds of the city being destroyed by the demons echo in their heads, and are the last sounds they hear.


mechanoid-9 responds:

Exactly what I imagined when composing this. Thanks for the review.


KillerkbKillerkb

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

woah.

Great song man, great style.

I really enjoyed the epic feel on this one.

Don't worry about Tiverty voting 2.
I gave you a 5.
And since its worth 6.84 votes.
I think I made up for him. ^^

I'd like to hear more of you, this is good.


mechanoid-9 responds:

Thks, it's 4.39 now, yay! More is on the way, no loop-made songs but real classical stuff.


madbossmadboss

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fantastic brass!

The brass brings the song on it's back I think. You made a fantastic job with it's control. I loved the part after the first choir section. Great feeling, almost like LOTR.

I think the snares are a bit lound and not really classical like - at least they should be a little in the background and the toms you layered upon them should give the main rythm.

The jazzy 4/4 beat part was a bit wrong indea in my opinion. It's not really fitting into the mood of a fallen city. It's nice still but not so sad as the title requires. And I would delete the cyms out of it - now they are really not fitting in here after my opinion.

The choir is also great - fantastic sample as the brass too.

So overall it's a great track with some dissonance in the style-elements but it really has some great strengths (brass, choir) - so I must say congratulations!


mechanoid-9 responds:

Wait a sec, this song tells the whole story of the fall, not just the mourning and despair after. The intro is when the defenders prepare for their last battle. The snares start- they see the enemy approaching and take up their positions. The fast beat starts- that's when the battle begins. The fast violins are also supposed to create a battle feeling. I imagined this through the eyes of one of the defenders; when the beat stops, he is knocked out... The next thing he sees is the total destruction, enemy troops executing survivors, fires burning everywhere... that's the second choir/harp part.
I dunno about the cyms, maybe you're right. I put them there to make the percussion sound more flowing, to add movement to that part. Snares are too loud I agree. As for not classical like... I do not usually follow genre rules strictly, just think about the flanger beat part in Final Conquest.
A wad of thanks for the review, glad you liked da song.